Tagged Noel Clarke

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It’s Mickey, But Not As We Know Him

Huge congratulations must go to multi-talented actor, writer and director Noel Clarke today for winning a role in the forthcoming Star Trek 2 movie. While David Tennant spent what seems like ages slogging around the USA trying to find interesting roles after leaving Doctor Who, Clarke seems to have effortlessly waited for a top movie…

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Doctor Mickey

In the real world outside the Whoniverse (“What?” I hear some of you say, “what world is this that you speak of?”), ex-companion Noel Clarke – Mickey Smith to the Ninth and Tenth Doctors – has had a “boy done good” moment. Clarke has been conferred as an Honorary Doctor of Arts at the University…

Dr. Who: Tales Lost in Time

Brand new Doctor Who DVD documentary Dr. Who: Tales Lost in Time promises to delve deeper into the dark recesses of time to unearth some fabulous anecdotes from those responsible for making the show what it is. Celebrity interviewer Neil Sean has cobbled together a veritable who’s who of Who, including several of the men…

The Mutants

Social commentary in Doctor Who isn’t a new idea and over its decades the show has made its views and opinions known on most aspects of life. The Mutants was one of the most blatant of the show’s run, hitting targets such as race discrimination, colonisation and apartheid head on and is, at times pretty…

The Mutants

Coming to DVD on 31st January 2011 is The Mutants, a six-part adventure starring Jon Pertwee and Katy Manning originally originally broadcast in April and May 1972. Co-starring George Pravda (Deadly Assassin) as Jaeger and notable for an appearance by Geoffrey Palmer (The Silurians, Voyage of the Damned) as the Administrator, the adventure sees the…

Savage, Clarke, And Deadly Robots

You: Robots in a 1940s-style film noir detective movie made by Doctor Who veterans?  Tell me more! Kasterborous: Okay, I will!  In 2009, a short film directed by Doctor Who concept artist Matt Savage that starred Ricky Mickey Noel Clarke and was called Reign of Death screened at film festivals in London and California, and…

Clarke: “I didn’t rehearse”

Mickey-Mick-Mickey Smith himself Noel Clarke has been talking to The Guardian about his struggles in the early days of nuWho. Clarke, whose film 4.3.2.1. (a transatlantic all-girl diamond heist) is released on the 2nd June, told the paper how he failed to grasp the tone of the show on its return. “I came in and…

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